Volume 55, Suppl 2, 2006


Contents

Physiol. Res. 55:  S1, 2006  Full text
Foreword
P. Martásek


Minireviews:

Physiol. Res. 55:  S3-S26, 2006  Full text
Quo vadis porphyrin chemistry?
V. Král, J. Králová, R. Kaplánek, T. Bøíza, P. Martásek (Dept. Anal. Chem., Inst. Chem. Technology, Prague, Czech Republic)

Physiol. Res. 55:  S27-S41, 2006 Full text
Biogenesis of eukaryotic cytochrome c oxidase.
L. Stiburek, H. Hansikova, M. Tesarova, L. Cerna, J. Zeman (Dept Pediat, Ctr Appl Genomics, 1st Fac. Med., Charles Univ., Prague, Czech Republic

Physiol. Res. 55:  S43-S66, 2006 Full text
(Far) Outside the box: Genomic approach to acute porphyria.
S. Thunell (Ctr Inborn Metabol Disorders, Karolinska Univ Hospital Huddinge, Stockholm Sweden)


Physiol. Res. 55:  S67-S73, 2006 Full text
European porphyria initiative (EPI): a platform to develop a common approach to the management of porphyrias and to promote research in the field.
J.-Ch. Deybach, M. Badminton, H. Puy, S. Sandberg, J. Frank, P. Harper, P. Martasek, E. Minder, S. Parker, S. Thunell G. Elder (Ctr Français des Porphyries, Hôpital Louis Mourier, Colombes CEDEX, France) S67

Physiol. Res. 55:  S75-S83, 2006 Full text
Hemochromatosis gene sequence deviations in German patients with porphyria cutanea tarda.
J. Frank, P. Poblete-Gutiérrez, R. Weiskirchen, O. Gressner, H. F. Merk, F. Lammert (Dept Int. Med. I, Univ Hospital Bonn, Bonn, Germany)

Physiol. Res. 55:  S85-S92, 2006 Full text
Identification of mutations in the uroporphyrinogen iii cosynthase gene in German patients with congenital erythropoietic porphyria.
T. Wiederholt, P. Poblete-Gutiérrez, K. Gardlo, G. Goerz, K. Bolsen, H. F. Merk, J. Frank (Afdeling Dermatol., Academisch Ziekenhuis Maastricht, Maastricht; The Netherlands)

Physiol. Res. 55:  S93-S101, 2006 Full text
Ursodesoxycholic acid and heme-arginate are unable to improve hematopoiesis and liver injury in an erythropoietic protoporphyria mouse model.
M. Abitbol, H. Puy, J-M Sabaté, J-L Guénet, J-Ch Deybach, X. Montagutelli (Unité de Génétique des Mammifères, Institut Pasteur, Paris, France)

Physiol. Res. 55:  S103-S108, 2006 Full text
Individualized workup - a new approach to the biochemical diagnosis of acute attacks of neuroporphyria.
N. Schoenfeld, R. Mamet (Porphyria Reference Lab, Rabin Med Ctr, Campus Beilinson, Petah- Tikva, Israel)

Physiol. Res. 55:  S109-S118, 2006 Full text
Porphyria in Sweden.
S. Thunell, Y. Floderus, A. Henrichson, P. Harper (Porphyria Ctr Sweden, Karolinska Univ Hospital Huddinge, Stockholm, Sweden)

Physiol. Res. 55:  S119-S136, 2006 Full text
May 2006 update in porphobilinogen deaminase gene polymorphisms and mutations causing acute intermittent porphyria.  Comparison with the situation in Slavic population.
M. Hrdinka, H. Puy, P. Martásek (Dept Pediat, School Med, Charles Univ, Prague, Czech Republic)

Physiol. Res. 55:  S137-S144, 2006 Full text
Demystification of Chester porphyria: A nonsense mutation in the porphobilinogen deaminase gene.
P. Poblete-Gutiérrez, T. Wiederholt, A. Martinez-Mir, H. F. Merk, J. M. Connor, A. M. Christiano, J. Frank (Dept. Int. Med. I, Univ Hospital Bonn, Bonn, Germany)


Physiol. Res. 55:  S145-S154, 2006 Full text
De novo mutation found in the porphobilinogen deaminase gene in Slovak acute intermittent porphyria patient: Molecular biochemical study.
D. Ulbrichova, E. Flachsova, M. Hrdinka, J. Saligova, J. Bazar, C.S. Raman, P. Martasek (Dept. Pediatrics, 1st Fac. of Medicine, Charles Univ., Prague, Czech Rep., 2nd Pediatric Dept., Children’s Faculty Hospital, Košice, Slovak Republic)


Short Communication

Physiol. Res. 55:  S155-S157, 2006 Full text
The difficult clinical diagnosis of erythropoietic protoporphyria.
S. Wahlin, Y. Floderus, A-M Ros, U. Broomé, P. Harper (Porphyria Ctr Sweden, Karolinska Univ Hospital Huddinge, Stockholm, Sweden)


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